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Report of identification-delineation of sectors with high risk of human-bear conflicts in the National Parks of Maiella, Prespa and Rodopi Mountain Range

Assessment of the distribution and numbers of bears in the Maiella National Park, the Northern Pindos National Park, the Prespa National Park and the Rodopi Mountain Range National Park

Based on the project’s planned interventions, at least two specific products and tourist services offered will be appropriately selected for the «Bear Friendly» labeling program in the Greek project areas.

The aim of the report is to analyze different product and services present in the MNP area and to select at least two of them (maximum 4) which meet a number of criteria set by the program regarding the good practices for the brown bear conservation.

The deliverable contains the rationale and the templates that experts in the field will use to evaluate the companies interested in enrolling in the «Bear Friendly» scheme.

This document describes in detail the criteria for the attribution of the label for two categories: beekeepers and farmers.

UTH’s experts organized three informative meetings via physical presence, informing the beekeepers of the three National Parks for the rationale, the process, and the requirements of the proposed labeling scheme.

Schedule and training material of Bear Friendly workshops and seminars for beekeepers and farmers organized by WWF in Maiella National Park.

The deliverable presents Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis for each of the four National Parks in the frame of LIFE ARCPROM.

This deliverable was drafted under the LIFE ARCPROM project and presents the teaching activities held in 2020 in the framework of task C2.1. Training courses.

This deliverable was drafted under the LIFE ARCPROM project and presents the teaching activities held in 2021 in the framework of task C2.1. Training courses.

A first aid kit containing all the necessary drugs, relevant equipment & instructions at the first critical stages, will be provided to livestock farmers operating in the targeted areas. The four-page brochure contains comprehensive instructions in cases of shepherd dogs poisoning as also the contact details of the vets in Prespes area.

A first aid kit containing all the necessary drugs, relevant equipment & instructions at the first critical stages, will be provided to livestock farmers operating in the targeted areas. The four-page brochure contains comprehensive instructions in cases of shepherd dogs poisoning as also the contact details of the vets in Rodopi area.

Protocol for the management of the interventions of the Bear Emergency Teams in the Maiella National Park

In the report you can see the methodology & the procedure followed for the planning of the action and for the selection of the volunteers. You will find a description of the volunteers’ program in both Prespa & Rodopi areas, its results and suggestions for its continuation next year.

WWF Italy, in collaboration with Maiella National Park organized a camper tour called “the coexistence tour”. The tour was realized under the action C6 of the LIFE Arcprom Project and involved five villages in the National Park.

Activity report for 2021 including list and maps of sites where e-fences, bear-proof hen houses & iron doors and bear-proof refuse containers were installed in both Greek and Italian project areas.

Report of the first Workshop relating to Action C10, organised by the Maiella National Park (MNP) with the support of WWF Italy.

This deliverable has been developed in the framework of Action D.2 of the LIFE ARCPROM project and presents the results of a questionnaire distributed to the participants before starting the first educational webinar addressing stakeholders involved in conserving the bear population and managing bear-human conflicts.

This deliverable focuses on the process of participatory scenario development, which is foreseen in Action D5 (Follow-up surveys on the perception and behaviour of the stakeholder groups) as a mechanism for monitoring the interaction, collaboration and joint action of stakeholder groups in Platforms.

This deliverable presents the questionnaire which will be used in Action D5 as an instrument for monitoring the perceptions and behaviour of stakeholder groups in Platforms during the project.

The report describes the concept evolution and presents the visual communication identity of the program as curated by the faculty of the Department of Fine and Applied Arts of the University of Western Macedonia.

Greek version of the main poster of the project, promoting the project’s key message concerning human – bear coexistence and bear conservation importance.

Italian version of the main poster of the project, promoting the project’s key message concerning human – bear coexistence and bear conservation importance.

The leaflet contains information & guidelines in Greek and English for locals or tourists that encounter a bear.

The leaflet will contain information & guidelines in Italian and English for locals or tourists that encounter a bear.

Five roll-ups in Greek forming a small portable exhibition regarding brown bears & the conditions under which human-bear coexistence becomes possible

Five roll-ups in Italian forming a small portable exhibition regarding brown bears & the conditions under which human-bear coexistence becomes possible.

Gadgets produced in Greece & Italy to attract the attention on the bear conservation efforts (2020-2022)

The leaflet includes updated information concerning the compensation system that has been modified recently. Additionally, it presents information concerning Livestock Guarding Dogs and other preventive measures.

The leaflet describes appropriate rearing and training of shepherd dogs & includes information on history, evolution and phenology of the traditional breeds of LGD, sanitary & health issues, vaccination programming etc.

E2.12“Why Bears?” Greek version of the film

Why is it so important to save bears? In this video translated in Greek, we provide you with all the answers. The message is in the spirit of the LIFE ARCPROM project, aimed at improving human-bear coexistence in 4 National Parks.

E2.13 “Why Bears?” Italian version of the film

Why is it so important to save bears? In this video with Italian subtitles, we provide you with all the answers. The message is in the spirit of the LIFE ARCPROM project, aimed at improving human-bear coexistence in 4 National Parks.

The report contains the search, delineation & mapping of thematic “bear trails” inside the protected areas of Rodopi Mountain Range & Prespes National Parks.

The report contains the search, delineation & mapping of thematic “bear trails” inside the protected area of Maiella National Park.

The leaflet provides information in Greek for the Prespa National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.

The leaflet provides information in English for the Prespa National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.

The guide addressed to educators provides detailed information in Greek for the Prespa National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.

The leaflet provides information in Greek for the Rodopi Mountain Range National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.

The leaflet provides information in English for the Rodopi Mountain Range National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.

The guide addressed to educators provides detailed information in Greek for the Rodopi Mountain Range National Park & the brown bear and contains propositions for environmental education activities that can be carried out at the trail.